Take Note that on the 25th May 2016 a Wilbern M90 308 Winchester rifle failed whilst the round was being loaded.
Thankfully no-one was seriously injured.
An examination of the rifle has been carried out and any person owning such a rifle is strongly advised to contact the NRAA for a copy of the Technical Officer’s report and recommendation and contact the manufacturer of the rifle to have corrective repairs carried out.
There is a new version of the SSR’s as at 23 May 2016. There is only one Rule altered which is Rule 2.1.5. The Rule is about keeping the rifle pointed in a safe direction when shooters are vacating the mound.
The New Rule 2.1.5 is:-
2.1.5 Retiring From the Mound
(a) Before retiring from the mound each competitor must go through the unloading motions with the muzzle pointing towards the target and then remove the bolt from the rifle.
(b) As the competitor retires from the mound he shall present the breech of the rifle to the scorer and…
The results for the 2016 North Queensland Queens are available on the NRAA site right now!
The Following Rules have been added or altered in the latest version of the SSR’s which were issued as at 19th Feb 2016. The new SSR’s are now Version 5.0 (a)
1. Rule 2.1.5 – Keep Muzzle pointed safely
A sentence has been added to this rule to ensure that shooters keep their rifle pointed towards the targets until the rifle has been cleared.
2. Rule 3.2.12 – Shelter can now be provided from Rain
This rule now specifies that Organisers of Competitions may at their discretion, provide shelter from both Sun or Rain. Any such shelter may not provide…
The NQRA Store closure during the Christmas period will be as follows: * CLOSED from Thursday 24 December * Re-Open on Wednesday 6 Janurary
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all our customers and members
AUSTRALIAN F CLASS CAPTAINS SELECTED FOR CANADA
AUSTRALIAN F CLASS CAPTAINS SELECTED FOR NZ MATCH – BELMONT 2016
The NRAA Board are pleased to announce that the following people were selected as Captains for the two F Class Teams competing at the World Teams Championships in Canada during August 2017 plus the Trans-Tasman Match vs NZ
F Class Captains for Canada
Captain – F Open Team - Canada – Mr David McNamara
Captain – F TR Team - Canada – Mr Rod Mahon
F Class Trans-Tasman Match vs NZ – Belmont in June 2016
F Open Captain – Mr Bob…
The NRAA has re-instituted a National Ranking System which is now permanently in place on the NRAA website.
The system has been extended to included B and C Grade rankings and there are two pages on display; one for A Grade Rankings in all disciplines and the other for B & C Grades where appropriate.
The Ranking System is calculated using result percentages from the National Grading System. Shooters who have registered a minimum of 5 scores are included in calculations, with the maximum being the most recent 8 scores. Each time a competition is entered into the National Grading…
The NRAA have examined the nominations for positions to both the F Class F Open and FTR teams which closed on the 11th September.
Unfortunately there are nowhere near enough nominations to form anywhere near a viable team in either F Open or FTR.
A reminder to everyone that full teams in each discipline are composed of 16 members in each. In order for teams to be viable it is felt that we should field as near as possible to full teams. It is also proper procedure to appoint a separate Captain for each team. The ICFRA competition conditions also…
by Marty Lobert
The NQRA national F Class teams have just completed their campaign in the bi-annual national F Class competition held at Belmont.
At the nationals it was clearly evident that the standard of F Class across the nation has increased exponentially with the competition in each discipline being both very fierce and extremely tight.
All NQRA teams acquitted themselves very well and in fact the NQRA was the only region to have a team finish in the top 3 in EVERY discipline. This level of competitiveness across the board indicates the high standard of NQRA shooters across the board.…
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Wednesday 12 August 2015
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Stock and Station agent Ben Emms (Central Tablelands, NSW) has been crowned the new World Champion, claiming the title with confidence in the World Individual Long Range Championships, at Camp Perry, Ohio.
Making history as the first Australian to win this World Championship, an event introduced in 1992, Emms displayed enormous talent at this ‘marathon of shooting’, the pinnacle event in long-range fullbore rifle shooting.
Emms finished on the top of the leader-board, with a score of…